Summer Workshops for Kids & Families

After-Care (all ages)

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Summer Camp After-Care
After-care is available for any camper attending 2017 Summer Camp at the Hunterdon Art Museum. After-care is directed by camp staff and volunteers. Supervised activities during after-care vary but may include free art time in ArtZone, board games, pleasure reading, and outdoor activities on our terrace (weather permitting). A daily snack will be provided.
WEEKS 1–9 (June 29–August 23)
There will be no camp […]

Art and Craft Sampler (ages 6–10 with an adult)

438A-438D Art and Craft Sampler

Age: 6–10 (with an adult companion)
Time: 11:30am–12:30pm

438A July 12 – Drawing
438B July 26 – Painting
438C August 9 – Sculpting
438D August 23 – Collage

Fee: $20; members: $15 per session (early registration reward does not apply)
Instructor: HAM Faculty

Students will be introduced to a variety of techniques and materials, from printmaking and sculpting to paints and pastels. Projects will be adapted to the […]

Cartooning Around (ages 8–15) — 2 spots left!

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Cartooning Around
Love cartoons? Then this camp is for you. Learn about cartooning and comic book drawing and enjoy games, trivia, funny money and more. Develop your own characters and learn to draw popular favorites like Scooby Doo, Sponge Bob and Spider-Man. Please bring a nut-free lunch. Registration for supervised lunch time included.

This is a full day camp.  Enrollment in supervised lunch-time is included, a […]

Comic Book Creation (ages 8–15) — 2 spots left!

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Comic Book Creation
Learn cartooning techniques and develop your own characters, names and story lines. Draw comic book heroes and villains, and popular characters such as Superman and the X-Men. Games, funny money, trivia and more are included in this week of comic book fun!

This is a full day camp.  Enrollment in supervised lunch-time is included, a separate enrollment for lunch is not required. Please bring […]

Fashion: Sewing and Construction (ages 10–15) — FULL!

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Fashion: Sewing and Construction
Learn to create a piece of clothing from start to finish using a sewing machine. Make an illustration, select fabric, create a pattern and sew away! Learn the correct stitches and the “how to” process of garment construction following the same process used in the fashion industry. 
WEEK 2 (June 26–30)

 

Jewelry Design (ages 11–15)

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Jewelry Design
Turn beads, wire, chain, found objects and unexpected materials into beautiful handmade jewelry. Learn stringing, knotting, wrapping, crimping, and creative design techniques. 
WEEK 3 (July 3–7, no camp on Tuesday, July 4)

 

Meet the Masters (ages 5–9)

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Meet the Masters
Meet a new artist each day from Matisse (collages) to Mondrian (primary colors) to Van Gogh (painting), while you explore paint, clay, sculpture, collage and mixed media. An ideal beginning art class.  
WEEK 2 (June 26–30)

Webs, Wings & Watercolor (ages 5–9)

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Webs, Wings & Watercolor
From spider webs and turtle shells to ripe red apples, children are encouraged to observe art in nature. Fun projects allow children to experiment with a variety of media including watercolor, pastels, printing ink and more.
WEEK 2 (June 26–30)